May doesn’t need to follow the old formula of beat cop politics. She knows that it is already redundant. All she has to do is let the cyber analytics people create the better-than-perfect illusion to just enough of the right category of voters that all is well.
We are being informed over all frequencies that the empire is striking back, but when we take a cool and collected look at the data we see that this is a bluff. On the whole unionism is on the decline and a new hope awaits.
Voting Tory – to coin Theresa May’s comment on Brexit – means voting Tory... and everything that Toryism in Britain stands for. They are kidding themselves on.
Was this wholesale “alleged” fraud, we have to ask, the actions of individual Tory candidates and their local campaign teams in 2015, or was this the workings of a top level party conspiracy?
Our resistance to this London Tory offensive, if it is to have any hope of success, needs to build and strengthen alliances with the other anti-Brexit parties in every part of the UK – and this will require accommodating Tim Farron’s Liberal Democrats south of the border.